Every simFlow panel described in detail
Boundary Conditions panel allows, as the name suggest, defining boundary conditions of a simulation.
Calculate panel allows performing basic postprocessing calculations.
Cell Zones panel enables applying certain models only at a specific location in a mesh.
Combustion panel make it possible to set up models related to species transport and combustion.
Controls panel allows controlling aspects of the simulation process, mainly related to results written to disk.
Discrete Phase panel allows defining models for discrete phase modeling using Lagrangian particle tracking.
Discretization panel allows selecting discretization schemes that are most suitable for a simulation.
Dynamic Mesh panel make it possible to choose models for moving and deforming mesh.
Geometry panel allows adding, deleting and manipulating the geometry.
Hex Meshing panel allows creating finite volume mesh based on a geometry.
Initial Conditions panel allows defining conditions at the beginning of a simulation
Mesh panel allows modifying and manipulating meshes.
Import panel allows importing and setting up mesh generated by external software.
Monitors panel allows enabling additional quantities which should be computed and displayed in the chart during computation.
Operating Conditions panel allows defining various reference values.
Parameters panel enables defining named parameters that can be used in various aspects of the simulation setup.
Passive Scalars panel allows you to define additional transport equations for tracer species.
Postprocessing panel gives access to external postprocessing tools.
Radiation panel allows setting up radiation modelling.
Run panel shows parameters of execution process + buttons to start/stop a simulation.
Setup panel allows selecting appropriate solver for a simulation.
Solution panel allows defining various aspects related to the actual solution process.
Summary Panel displays basic information for a general overview of a simulation setup.
Thermo panel enables defining thermophysical properties of materials in compressible flow solvers.
Transport panel allows defining materials used in incompressible simulations, properties of phases in a multiphase simulation and interactions between them.
Turbulence panel make it possible to choose turbulence models appropriate for a simulation.